John Paul DeJoria shares his story when he was working in a cleaner shop, earning $1.25 an hour. A priceless life lesson about success.
You’ve probably never heard the story of many of these influential millionaires and billionaires. Learn where these movers and shakers came from and how they got there.
Did you know how Apple Inc. was born? It’s probably not like what you have been thinking all this time. Steve Wozniak, Apple’s Co-founder, shares his story.
I’ve found this awesome, clean-looking infographic, showing you the ups and downs in the life journey of Steve Jobs. What an epic life!
UK-born and Tokyo-based Danny Choo is one of the trend-setters in Japanese pop culture with his Smart Doll and Culture Japan brands. Here is why he rocks.
The Coolest cooler Kickstarter project was launched with a pledge target of $50,000. At the end, the project has raised more than $13 million. Wow.
Meet Muhammad Haris, the Co-founder of ThemeFusion, the developer of Avada, a WordPress theme that has generated millions of dollars in sales.
Mark Cuban shares his experiences working for other people that quickly led him into a career as an entrepreneur (and billionaire basketball team owner).
This question might jump out of your mind: Why is WordPress so popular? Let’s ask WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg about it.
Want to turn your blog into a super-business? Learn from Pete Cashmore, Founder and CEO of Mashable, one of the most profitable blogs on the web today.
You gotta watch The Startup Kids. The movie features interviews with young web entrepreneurs who started companies like Vimeo, Soundcloud, and so on.
Kevin O’leary is one of the most hard-nosed business men on the planet. See how he made his way from developing his first winning idea in his parent’s basement, to a billionaire business tycoon.
Did you know that the uber-successful Angry Birds is not the first game developed by Rovio Entertainment? Here is how it all started. Awe-inspiring.
In celebrating the passion of small business, two filmmakers travel across the U.S., covering more than 7,300 miles, filming real small business stories.